As you know, it can get very humid during summer here in the St. Louis area. And high humidity isn't just a problem outside; it can build up in your home as well. Although air conditioners do help dehumidify your home's air to a certain extent, sometimes that isn't enough. So today we're going to talk about how to reduce indoor humidity levels in your home!
Why is it necessary to reduce indoor humidity?
When your home has high humidity levels, there is a lot of moisture in the air. This creates an environment that makes it easy for mold, dust mites and other allergens to thrive, which can trigger allergic reactions in many people. In addition, the moisture in the air can cause water damage on your furniture, walls and floors.
How to reduce indoor humidity levels
If you have any questions about how to reduce indoor humidity, or if you'd like a cooling system serviced or installed in your home, contact Jerry Kelly, your St. Charles, MO, air conditioning contractor. We service the St. Louis area, including towns like Ballwin, Chesterfield and Clarkson Valley.
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